On Saturday February 15th 2020 the eDivisie Finals will be played in AFAS Live in Amsterdam. During the biggest EA SPORTS FIFA event ever the best eDivisie players compete for the Dutch championship and a prize pool of € 50,000.
The eDivisie Finals are a unique experience for all EA SPORTS FIFA 20 fans. During an entire day AFAS Live is an eSports stadium where thousands of spectators can enjoy both live matches at top level and spectacular entertainment. In the FIFA FANZONE fans are able to play against their eDivisie heroes in a so called “Beat the Pro”. Also, fans can challenge their friends to play using the free to play consoles.
The eDivisie players of all 18 eredivisie clubs will be present at the eDivisie Finals. Next to the players, the eDivisie shoutcasters will also make their appearance.
AN EVENT FANS WILL NEVER FORGET
“It's really awesome to organize the biggest EA SPORTS FIFA 20 event of the world ever.” says Arnoud Schonis, Project Manager eSports at the Eredivisie C.V. “The Netherlands is a huge EA SPORTS FIFA country, with over 1,5 million players. This shows in our extensive base of fans and for them we will make the eDivisie Finals as spectacular as possible, together with our partner DreamHack. This will be an event our fans will never forget.”
"We are very proud to present eDivisie Finals in a big arena like AFAS Live and to host a final event in such an impressive scale already in our first season cooperating with Eredivisie C.V. around eDivisie. We see an enormous potential in EA SPORTS FIFA as an esports and eDivisie is with its highly skilled and profiled EA SPORTS FIFA players a perfect fit to be a global pioneer in this fields." says Sanne Okholm Ravn Faxøe, Director of eFootball at DreamHack.
"eDivisie Finals is probably one of the world’s most ambitious EA SPORTS FIFA events ever hosted and with aiming at filling the arena with thousands of EA SPORTS FIFA fans, the scope of the event is on the same level as other big esport events. Dutch EA SPORTS FIFA fans definitely have something to look forward to." finishes Sanne.
At the eDivisie Finals the quarter finals, semi finals and the final of the eDivisie are played. A total of eight eDivisie clubs battle for the Dutch championship and a prize pool of € 50,000.
PROGRAM EN PARTICIPATING CLUBS
12.00: Stadium open
1pm: Start show
1.15pm: Quarter finals 1
2.15pm: Quarter finals 2
3.15pm: Quarter finals 3
4.15pm: Quarter finals 4
5.30pm: Semi final 1
6.30pm: Semi final 2
8pm: eDivisie Final
10pm: End of eDivisie Finals
The first two clubs that qualify for the eDivisie Finals are announced after the regular season on January 14th 2020. The remaining six spots are decided in the Playoffs that are planned for January 20th and 21st.
Tickets for the eDivisie Finals are available via www.edivisie.nl. Until January 8th tickets are available for a reduced price of € 10 per ticket.
The eDivisie is streamed live every Monday and Tuesday between 5pm and 10pm via two simultaneous streams and can be watched on the eDivisie's YouTube channel (youtube.com/edivisie).